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afghanistan, prior to 9/11. how do we best deal with this threat, sir? >> well, i think, you know, two things, one is we have to really learn to be vigilant here at home, the good news is that the homegrown guys are less likely to use chemical or nuclear weapons and just like we saw in norway, you can have one crazy person with a gun, kill almost 100 people and, so, we have to be vigilant here at home and second thing, we have to work better at putting pressure on the regimes overseas and ungoverned territories, al-shabab and followers have essentially taken over half of somalia and the rest of it is falling apart and millions are starving and we have piracy issues and other security issues and there are ties to yemen and the al qaeda leadership there and the other thing we need to do is work closely with our allies in trying to figure out as we pull down in iraq and afghanistan, how are we going to keep the pressure on in places like yemen and afghanistan and somalia. bill: okay. mike, thank you. you know, we talked a lot about the u.s. threat but the canadians are dealing with something sim
include the involvement by the norwegian military in actions in afghanistan. there are norwegian soldiers there, there is an al-qaeda official from the northern part of iraq that sought sanctuary in norway and perhaps even more disturbing is the report that just in the past year one of the main newspapers of norway which does have offices in that central area of oslo they, too, printed as other newspapers did in europe these cartoons of the prophet mohamed of the muslim faith, and as we all know, that has been a major bone of contention. this is what we're following right now, bill. bill: all right, greg, thank you. that tangled wreckage of a car might be a precious clue in all of this, and it might be the clue or not. it's not clear what threats were leveled against the government or prime minister, but we're working through all that. it is breaking news in oslo, norway, here on america's "amers newsroom." patti ann: brian terry was gunned down with a weapon the feds were supposed to be tracking, and terry's cousin gave some emotional testimony on capitol hill. now we're gearing up for r
but was budgeted on the iraq and afghanistan wars and a number of things conservatives will say don't add up to significant real spending cuts. the concern for conservatives is as this bill moves forward other things will be tacked onto it once the house has to vote on it and they do a final conference on this bill, it's possible you could see things snuck in there that would lead to revenue increases as well. lots of speculation about what this bill would look like says time has run out. it's time for everybody to stand and vote for his bill. we'll see where this goes from here. this is a big development in many sways that was push by what we saw last night. and it brought us to this stage of the game. let's listen to that sound bite we had from harry reid, then we'll talk more about this. >> the republican plan is not a solution. as experts say, all too soon we would be back in the midst of partisan rankling with our economy once again held prisoner by extremists in the republican party led by the tea party. martha: he's calling the pea tarty extremists. as you well know, he said several o
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